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Pride month is in full swing with events and celebrations taking place throughout the month of June. The Los Angeles Pride Parade began rallies on June 11, but more are expected to take place in cities across the country including New York City, San Francisco and Houston.
If you aren’t able to strike a travel deal to any city, you can still catch all the action through streaming services like Hulu.
Houston will be the next city to take the celebration into the streets with their parade, which takes place on Saturday (June 24). This year, the theme will be “All We Need Is Love” and it will start at 7:30 p.m. CT on ABC 7 or on streaming services that acquire the channel.
NYC and San Francisco will both take place on Sunday (June 25) with the Pride Parade in San Francisco kicking off at 11am PT and New York City starting at noon EST also on ABC 7 and other broadcast options with ABC.
New York City attendees and viewers can expect all-day partying as performances come on Pride Island at Brooklyn Army Station after the show. Christina Aguilera will headline the event, which begins at 2 p.m. ET.
If you plan to enjoy a west coast celebration, you can expect to perform by green light Singer Hayley Kiyoko is after the march with more performances and events throughout the day.
Keep reading to learn how to do the three Pride parades of 2023 below.
How to watch the 2023 Houston, New York and San Francisco Pride demonstrations
Since all of the rallies are broadcast on network television, you may be able to watch them with an HD antenna if you’re local, but also with the cable, satellite, or broadcast subscription that ABC provides.
Plus, if you’re thinking of getting rid of cable but don’t want to spend hundreds of dollars a month, DirecTV Stream, Verizon Fios, and Vidgo are just some of the affordable streaming options for cord-cutters.
You can also watch the Pride Parades by streaming it live on Hulu + Live TV. Not subscribed? Now’s your chance to grab a 30-day free trial where you’ll get 75+ channels, Disney+ and ESPN+ for less than $75 a month.
Hulu subscribers can enjoy more than just watching parades. You’ll be able to stream network TV shows day after day on TV, plus loads of movies and Hulu exclusives like Only murders in the buildingAnd White men can’t jumpAnd Wu-Tang: An American Epic. How I Met Your Father, The Handmaid’s TaleAnd Little beautiful things And Kardashians.
Subscribers can add Starz and other channels to Hulu and Hulu + Live TV, create up to six profiles under one account and stream from up to two different screens at the same time.
The streaming device offers a tiered plan, the most popular of which is an ad-supported plan for $7.99 per month (or $79.99 per year). If you prefer to watch your favorite shows and movies without any commercials, you can get the ad-free premium version for $14.99 per month.
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